Why wait for happiness when you can have it right now, today? Why wait, indeed. Don't Worry, Be Happy! Don't Worry, be...read more
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There are many myths and misconceptions when it comes to hypnosis, but the truth is, hypnosis can have very positive effects on your overall well-being. One way hypnosis can improve your well-being is in regards to your health. Hypnosis involves the therapist guiding...read more
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So who doesn't worry from time to time? Truth is no doesn't, or to state it more correctly, we all do it. But have you ever really stopped to consider what worrying really is, and what it does to us? In this episode we will take a look at both those questions and toss...read more
Journalist and writer Christopher Morley said, “There is only one success, to be able to spend your life in your own way.” Recently, I had the opportunity to discuss this concept with radio host Tim Laskis, who’s show focuses on empowering the entrepreneurial spirit....read more
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As I mentioned in our last episode, one of the first items on the agenda for any new reader, client, group of workshop students or an audience at a speaking engagement is to learn about what I call Rule #1: Life is Supposed to be Fun! A lot of people misinterpret or misunderstand what living Rule # 1 is supposed to mean or feel like.
At first this surprised me until I realized that for most people the word, “fun” generally connotes thoughts of “pleasure” and “play” and, of course, the idea of a life filled with only pleasure and play is both unrealistic and difficult for anyone to fathom; most of us have to work for a living, and we have responsibilities we have to fulfill etc. So what is the right meaning for ”fun’ as it applies to the Rule?
I mentioned this last time, but think it’s worth repeating; the best word might be “enjoyable.” Fair enough, yet that still often results in a sideways look of question and doubt. Truthfully, I suppose that’s not too surprising when one considers just how many folks have issues that hold them back and make their lives anything but enjoyable.
So with that in mind, and right on the heels of our last episode, “Solving the Riddle,” let’s take a closer look at Rule #1, which I still stand by: Life ISSupposed to be Fun; and it can be, I promise. All it takes is two simple steps. Click on the happy face below and enjoy!
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